How do you use substitution to solve #3x - 2y = 2# and # x = 3y - 11#?
Substitution is done by choosing what variable has provided the easiest way to do the process. Since, the second equation
Now, find the value of
You substitute the
(Then you distribute/ multiply 3 by what's inside the parentheses.)
(It may seem like you have your answer, but not yet! Hmm... it seems like there are two "y's", huh?)
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I hope that helped you!